Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Front fog light switch (if equipped)

The front fog lights operate under the following conditions.


The front fog lights operate under the following conditions.

● when the light switch is in the “position
position
● when the light switch is in the “AUTO” position and the headlights turn on automatically

However, the front fog lights turn off when the headlights are switched to high beam.

To turn on the front fog lights, turn the front fog light switch on the turn signal lever upward to the “To turn off the front fog lights, turn the switch back down to the “OFF” position.” position.
To turn off the front fog lights, turn the switch back down to the “OFF” position.

The indicator light located on the combination meter will illuminate when the


The indicator light located on the combination meter will illuminate when the front fog lights are on.

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